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manager Theresa James.
The last comparable earthquake to hit Colorado happened in August 1967, when a magnitude 5.3 earthquake hit in the same area.
"The classroom is plastered with readings from the earthquakes in Haiti and Japan," Newman said. "This will be an impressive introduction to earth science and how it can strike near home."
"It's a lot of cracks right now," James said. "The building is still sound, but it has shifted, no doubt."
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The Mbt Trainers Price conversation at the coffee house Tuesday morning centered on where everybody was when the earthquake hit, Mestas said. Along with the coffee house, several historical buildings in downtown Trinidad had minor damage.
Older homes and buildings in the area are particularly susceptible to damage as aftershocks continue.
The longtime resident said she is familiar with smaller earthquakes but has never been through one as powerful as Monday night's.
"At the moment, it just seems like the quake is consistent with the region and the historic activity in the area," Hayes said.
Ringo's Super Trading Post in Segundo was closed Tuesday after the earthquake shook groceries off shelves and damaged several antiques, said Vans Trainers Mens
"The whole house shook, the bookshelves, the paintings," said Melissa Mestas, a barista at the What'a Grind Coffee House in Trinidad. "It was really scary and just this helpless feeling."
Earthquake swarms are rare in Colorado, compared with other states, such as California, that sit on the edge of a tectonic plate.
Students in Steve Newman's seventh grade science class got a chance at a first hand look at both earthquakes during their first day of school Tuesday. A student built seismograph, nestled in a crawl space underneath a classroom at Kent Denver School in Englewood, captured the earthquakes and provided students with this year's first homework assignment researching the Trinidad Vans Brown Suede
Aftershocks following Monday night's quake could continue for weeks, Hayes said.
"Everybody's just frazzled," Casias said. "It's got a pretty big impact on you and your families."
The earthquake caused rock slides on Colorado 12 and several county roads.
Segundo is less than 5 miles from the epicenter of the earthquake.
Southern Colorado hit by strongest quake in 44 years
over a fault in the tectonic plate, Hayes said. Over time, stress builds as the two sides of the fault rub together. The stress is eventually released in a strong earthquake and followed by several smaller earthquakes known as an earthquake swarm.
While strong earthquakes and swarms of aftershocks are rare in Colorado, they do have a history in the area, Hayes said.
An unusual swarm of temblors in southern Colorado was part of the state's strongest earthquake in 44 years, shaking bricks and stones loose from buildings and rattling some residents.
The 5.3 magnitude earthquake hit shortly before midnight on Monday, about 9 miles southwest of Trinidad. Throughout the night and into Tuesday morning, aftershocks several measuring at a magnitude of 3 or above continued to unsettle residents. No injuries were reported. Geological Survey's National Earthquake Information Center in Golden, Colo.
"It's piqued a lot of curiosity as to what's caused this," Mestas said.
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